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Condolences for Edmund Knudtson

My deepest sympathy to the whole family. So sorry I could not make it to the visitation. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Hugs
From Laurie (Solberg) Krueger

Jane,Deann,Vicki,Scott & Families; Alice,Luella,Florence,Donald & Families: My sincere & heartfelt sympathy to you all! Everyone who knew Butch will miss him in unique ways, but his loss certainly leaves a void for each of us. I first met Butch 70 1/2 years ago when he started 1st (me 2nd) grade at Lower Dutch Creek School. We were both snot-nosed 6-year old rascals, but he was more gregarious due to being "nurtured" by 8 older siblings, while I was firstborn (still am). We were schoolmates 10 years, "highlighted" by our double-dating to the junior prom in 1958, both with Antony girls (unrelated). We rode in style" in Donald's 1956 Ford. For 50 years ('59-'09) I lived distant from Bangor so I saw Butch only occasionally, usually at July 4 celebrations. But when I returned upon retirement, Butch recruited me to join the Legion, which I had considered myself ineligible for. Thus began a renewed relationship with Butch, as well as others I would not have otherwise related. I observed that Butch was well-respected and he was certainly devoted to serving fellow veterans. He certainly earned a title I choose to bestow on him posthumously: "General Bangor American Legion". I prayed diligently for God to grant Butch a few more years with us, but I guess He has another mission for Butch. For this world: "Well done, good and faithful servant". Mission accomplished, Butch; rest peacefully.
From David W Burbach


We are sorry for your loss. Prayers are being sent.
From John Cook and Family

Aunt Jane and Family Please accept my deepest sympathy. Uncle Butch was a large part of my dad's enjoyment with his family - the baseball trips, working on the farm and the many brother breakfasts. I also have fond memories as a child visiting the farm and grateful that he showed my children the fun of being on a farm. I hope the many happy memories will help you heal from your loss.
From Suzette Henahan

Our Condolences and PRAYERS to Jane and the Knudtson Family. You are going to be MISS DEARLY, Lots of LOVE to all.
From Morris & Patricia Gendreau, Lake Havasu City, AZ

My Thoughts and Prayers go out to you Jane and your Family. Butch will be missed. Remember all the Memories,that will help you though this time of sorrow. Marian and Deb
From Marian Meyer & Deb Fitzpatrick